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coarguō uī, —, ere

com- + arguo, to overwhelm with proof, refute, silence, expose, convict, prove guilty: refelli, coargui putat esse turpissimum: tot testibus coargui: Lentulum dissimulantem coarguunt sermonibus, S.: ut coram coarguebantur, fassi omnes, L.: aliquem avaritiae: commutati indicii. — To prove, demonstrate, show, establish, expose, refute: fuga laboris desidiam coarguit: crimen suspicionibus: improbitatem: Lacedaemoniorum tyrannidem, N.: quam (legem) usus coarguit, has proved injudicious, L.: domini aures, betrays, O.: Osos non esse Germanos, Ta.

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